Are you concerned about community safety?
Hounslow Borough Community Police Consultative Group
Are you concerned about crime and community safety in Hounslow? Want a say over the way the police do their job? Care about the service your community gets from the police?
Then the Hounslow Borough Community Police Consultative Group (CPCG) is the place for you.
The Group’s next bi-monthly meeting of the year will take place on Monday, January 24th at Hounslow Civic Centre, Lampton Road TW3 4DN at 7pm.
Open to all Hounslow residents and local businesses, the CPCG meetings will be the place where the community and police have the opportunity to share information and develop a common understanding around serious issues of community safety and crime and disorder in the borough.
Anyone who lives and works in the borough is encouraged to come along and use the meeting as a forum to question senior police personnel, including Hounslow’s Borough Commander, David Bilson.
The January meeting will also feature a presentation by the Metropolitan Police on the Equality and Human Rights Commission Inquiry Panel for Disability-Related Harassment; a presentation about the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community in Hounslow and a Q&A session with senior police representatives.
Cllr Ed Mayne, Hounslow’s lead member for crime and community safety said:
“This is a great opportunity for residents to meet senior police and council staff and talk about serious issues affecting their neighbourhoods and beyond.
“I look forward to meeting many local people and showing them how through joined up working, we are able to create a safer Hounslow.”
Further information on the Hounslow CPCG, including downloadable question sheets and documents can be viewed at: http://e-voice.org.uk/hounslowcpcg/.
Alternatively you can email the Group Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone on 020 8583 2064.
January 18, 2011